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Swimmer Raise the Roof as Day 3 of IAGSO Comes to a Close

Swim Ireland’s Irish Age Group Championships and Summer Open continued at the National Aquatic Centre Dublin today as Irish swimmers raised the roof with some fantastic performances and races highlighting the third day of competition. Athlone and National Centre Dublin swimmer Robbie Powell claimed his third Freestyle gold medal of the meet adding the 100m title to the 200m and 50m Freestyle titles from earlier in the week. Powell, who travels to Indianapolis for the World Junior Championships in August, […]

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Rio Olympians Quinn and Ryan Lead Ireland Team at World Championships in Budapest

Rio 2016 Olympian Nicholas Quinn will be Ireland’s first swimmer in action as the FINA World Swimming Championships get underway on Sunday at the Duna Arena in Budapest. Ireland will have six swimmers competing across eight days of competition in the Hungarian capital. Quinn will make his World Championships debut with a warm up for his main event, the 200m Breaststroke, swimming in the 100m Breaststroke heats on Sunday morning. Three more Irish swimmers will then be in action on […]

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Young Swimming Stars Shine at Age Group Championships

Competition continued today at Swim Ireland’s Irish Age Group Championships and Summer Open at the NAC, Dublin with some familiar names returning to the podium to collect additional titles on day two of competition. Thursday evening’s finals started with some swift swims from both the boys and girls in the 50m Freestyle. Cookstown’s Calum Bain topped the podium in the 18 and over event winning gold in 22.93 seconds. Robbie Powell, representing Athlone and National Centre Dublin won 16-17 age […]

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Irish Age Group Championships & Summer Open Kicks off in Dublin

Swim Ireland’s Irish Age Group Championships and Summer Open kicked off today at the NAtional Aquatic Centre, Dublin with some fantastic results from Ireland’s top swimmers. The competition will run across five days with 744 swimmers in action from 102 clubs including visiting teams from South Africa, Dubai and the UK. Fresh from her European Junior medal success and just ahead of World Championships in Budapest Mona McSharry prepared for the Worlds 100m Breaststroke event on Monday with a win […]

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Dingley 33rd in Worlds Debut; Four Swimmers Through to Finals in Bahamas

Rio 2016 Olympian Oliver Dingley placed 33rd overall after a tough morning at the FINA Diving World Championships in Budapest, Hungary. The 24 year old, who has been suffering through an ankle injury, was disappointed not to make this afternoon’s semi-final. Dingley started well with a score of 67.50 points, which would be his highest score of the day, to place 20th of 58 competitors after round 1. By the halfway mark Dingley had fallen to 30th place with 191.15 […]

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Dingley to Make World Championship Debut in Budapest

Rio 2016 Olympian Oliver Dingley will be Ireland’s first competitor in action as the FINA World Championships get underway in Budapest, Hungary this week. Dingley will compete in the 3M Springboard preliminaries on Wednesday morning, an event in which he finished 8th at the Olympic Games in Brazil. Budapest will be Dingley’s first World Championships having previously competed in European Championships and the Olympic Games.  Rio medalists Yuan Cao (China), Jack Laugher (Great Britain) and Patrick Hausding (Germany) will all […]

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Vacancies: Swim Ireland Regional Pathway Development Coaches

Vacancies: Swim Ireland Regional Pathway Development Coach (Leinster) & Regional Pathway Development Coach (Munster/Connacht) Salary: €30,000 per annum (plus expenses) This salary is commensurate with experience and qualification levels attained Swim Ireland is seeking two suitably qualified and experienced swimming coaches with a proven coaching and swimming development profile to assume the roles of Regional Pathway Development Coach within both Leinster and Munster/Connacht The Regional Pathway Development Coach will be responsible to the National Performance Pathway Manager and together they […]

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Irish Team of 40 named to compete at European Youth Olympic Festival in Hungary

The Olympic Council of Ireland today announced a team of 40, including 12 swimmers, to compete at the 2017 European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) in Gyor, Hungary from July 24th to 30th. The multi-sport event will see Irish athletes (aged 13-17) compete against the best youth athletes in Europe. The six sports represented by Ireland are Swimming, Athletics, Cycling, Gymnastics, Judo and Tennis.  The female athletes lead the way with 25 selected to compete for their respective sport. Team Ireland […]

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Swim Ireland Club and Regional Support Officer (Munster Region) (Full Time)

Swim Ireland is seeking to appoint a Club & Regional Support Officer (full time)based in Munster, to support Swim Ireland Clubs and the Region in their day-to-day operations and to work with them in all aspects of their development (technical and administrative). It is intended that persons involved in this role shall be out and about regularly visiting Clubs and working closely with the relevant Regional Management Committee. Full details at the link below. Munster-Support-Officer

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#WePlay Inspiring Girls in Sport

#WePlay Video #WePlay Photos OVER 170 teenage girls and 2012 Olympic gold medallist Rúta Meilutyté took part in a ground breaking ‘Inspiring Girls in Sport’ conference, organised by Swim Ireland, in Dublin on July 6 2017. The event, which took place at the Sport Ireland National Indoor Arena in Abbotstown was funded through Sport Ireland’s ‘Women in Sport Programme’. It was particularly unique because it directly engaged with young high performance athletes, aged between 12-16, from a broad range of sports […]

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